Acculturation Training Offered for Migrant Workers

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Acculturation Training Offered for Migrant Neighbors

The County of Hawaii’s Immigration Information Office will conduct Acculturation Training to provide the tools and information needed to teach, work with, and live with our migrant neighbors (especially from the Micronesian, Marshallese and Palauan communities) by acculturating them and helping them adapt.

The training session will be held 9 a.m. to noon (8:30 a.m. registration) on Wednesday, January 27, at the Performing Arts Center, University of Hawaii at Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St. Free registration includes continental breakfast and workshop materials, two books in any of an assortment of available languages, and access to the panel. Registration is first-come, first served, and seating is limited.

To register contact Rose Bautista, Immigration Information Office, at 961-8220, or Lorraine Godoy of HCEOC at 961-2681 x416.

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